Do you have any regrets about the way that dissent was handled then?
The danger is when dissent crosses over into demonizing the current president and his administration.
On election night, as Rove squealed his dissent, the anchors on Fox News declared Obama had won.
“Hamas-Fatah reconciliation will accelerate conflict,” claimed Rubin, to no dissent from the other witnesses or the lawmakers.
He teaches history at Georgetown University and is the co-editor of dissent .
It is but fair that, in a sketch like this, some emphasis should be laid upon their dissent and protests.
Roma withdrew her hand from the hand of the Pope and made an exclamation of dissent.
The two women watched, speechless, but made no sign of dissent.
"I ask nothing at all," she said, which was neither assent nor dissent.
Cosway expressed his dissent from this opinion in the most amiable manner.
early 15c., from Latin dissentire "differ in sentiments, disagree, be at odds, contradict, quarrel," from dis- "differently" (see dis-) + sentire "to feel, think" (see sense (n.)). Related: Dissented; dissenting. The noun is 1580s, from the verb.
Has there ever been a society which has died of dissent? Several have died of conformity in our lifetime. [Jacob Bronowski "Science and Human Values," 1956]